CHAMBERSBURG: South Central Community Action Programs (SCCAP) Presents “Life on Parole”

CHAMBERSBURG: South Central Community Action Programs (SCCAP) Presents “Life on Parole”

 

 


“Life on Parole”
Capitol Theatre
Doors open at 5:30pm
Film Begins at 6pm (this film is not appropriate for children).

The film screening is made possible by the collaborative efforts of the Capital Theatre, South Central Community Action Programs, Healthy Communities Partnership, and Council for the Arts.

A Frontline investigative film, “Life on Parole” goes inside an effort in Connecticut to change the way parole works, and to reduce the number of people returning to prison. The film addresses the issue that about half of all the inmates put on parole in the US end up violating the terms of their release and being sent back to prison, and looks at how people can work together to improve these outcomes. In collaboration with The New York Times, the film follows four former prisoners as they navigate the challenges of their first year on parole.

The free film screening will be followed by refreshments, door prizes and small group discussions of local efforts to aid re-entry with community leaders and citizens returning to our community from jail.

For more information visit: www.FranklinTogether.org

To reserve you seat please contact Alaina at (SCCAP): 717.265.5060 x314 or Email: reentry@sccap.org

 


 

CHAMBERSBURG: Chambersburg Council For the Arts Proudly Presents “Focal Point” On View

CHAMBERSBURG: Chambersburg Council For the Arts Proudly Presents “Focal Point” On View

 


“Focal Point”
Photography by:
Staci Grimes
Linda Richters – “All That Jazz”
Andy Smeltzer – “Through the Trees”
Elizabeth Willson”

On View:
March 2nd – April 20th
Tuesday – Friday
10 am – 2 pm – or by appointment

Staci Grimes has been working on her photographic viewpoint for over a decade. Her camera has traveled alongside her across the continental United States. “I consider myself a framer of the view,” she says, “and I enjoy sharing my perspective with others who are interested in the world.” “I live in Fayetteville, but my travel plans in the next two years will provide the opportunity to capture moments ranging geographically from local vistas to the Florida Keys to New Zealand.” Staci has displayed her photographs in many solo and group exhibits throughout the Cumberland Valley over the past decade.

 

Fayetteville photographer Linda Richters earned a B.S. degree in Music Education from Lebanon Valley College, followed by a career as an analyst at Citibank, but in retirement has turned to travel, photography, and back to music, to fill her time. Her photographs have been accepted in the juried Cumberland Valley Photographic Salon at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, and featured on the cover of the Franklin County Visitors Guide.

 

 

 

Andy Smetzer is a graphic designer / photographer from Waynesboro, and serves on the Board of the Arts Alliance of Greater Waynesboro. He is a member of the 42West Arts Gallery Co-op there, and has participated in shows at The Engine room, Destination Arts and The Inn at Boonsboro. “I basically enjoy all aspects of photography,” he says. “From landscapes to wildlife, close-up work using magnifiers, abstract, people/musicians, architecture and interior-exterior real estate.” Andy also enjoys digital image manipulation, and has created a library of clouds, rocks and stones, seashores, tree stumps, etc. with which he can create composite photographs.

Elizabeth is a happy and grateful “professional hobbyist” capturing the light and life that surrounds her. “My inspiration comes from the beauty of the every day moments,” she says, “and the blessings of God’s amazing creation, the light and life He brings: the beauty and wonder and joy.” A Chambersburg native and resident, Liz is a busy mother of four who also practices Occupational Therapy in Early Intervention, running trails in the nearby Appalachian Mountains, and, of course, taking photographs!

The Council for the Arts conducts classes and displays the work of local artists at 81 North Main Street, Chambersburg. For more information, visit: www.councilforthearts.net or call 717-264-6883

 


 

CHAMBERSBURG: Chambersburg Council For the Arts Proudly Presents “Focal Point” On View

CHAMBERSBURG: Chambersburg Council For the Arts Proudly Presents “Focal Point” On View

 


“Focal Point”
Photography by:
Staci Grimes
Linda Richters – “All That Jazz”
Andy Smeltzer – “Through the Trees”
Elizabeth Willson”

On View:
March 2nd – April 20th
Tuesday – Friday
10 am – 2 pm – or by appointment

Staci Grimes has been working on her photographic viewpoint for over a decade. Her camera has traveled alongside her across the continental United States. “I consider myself a framer of the view,” she says, “and I enjoy sharing my perspective with others who are interested in the world.” “I live in Fayetteville, but my travel plans in the next two years will provide the opportunity to capture moments ranging geographically from local vistas to the Florida Keys to New Zealand.” Staci has displayed her photographs in many solo and group exhibits throughout the Cumberland Valley over the past decade.

 

Fayetteville photographer Linda Richters earned a B.S. degree in Music Education from Lebanon Valley College, followed by a career as an analyst at Citibank, but in retirement has turned to travel, photography, and back to music, to fill her time. Her photographs have been accepted in the juried Cumberland Valley Photographic Salon at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, and featured on the cover of the Franklin County Visitors Guide.

 

 

 

Andy Smetzer is a graphic designer / photographer from Waynesboro, and serves on the Board of the Arts Alliance of Greater Waynesboro. He is a member of the 42West Arts Gallery Co-op there, and has participated in shows at The Engine room, Destination Arts and The Inn at Boonsboro. “I basically enjoy all aspects of photography,” he says. “From landscapes to wildlife, close-up work using magnifiers, abstract, people/musicians, architecture and interior-exterior real estate.” Andy also enjoys digital image manipulation, and has created a library of clouds, rocks and stones, seashores, tree stumps, etc. with which he can create composite photographs.

Elizabeth is a happy and grateful “professional hobbyist” capturing the light and life that surrounds her. “My inspiration comes from the beauty of the every day moments,” she says, “and the blessings of God’s amazing creation, the light and life He brings: the beauty and wonder and joy.” A Chambersburg native and resident, Liz is a busy mother of four who also practices Occupational Therapy in Early Intervention, running trails in the nearby Appalachian Mountains, and, of course, taking photographs!

The Council for the Arts conducts classes and displays the work of local artists at 81 North Main Street, Chambersburg. For more information, visit: www.councilforthearts.net or call 717-264-6883

 


 

CHAMBERSBURG: Chambersburg Council For the Arts Proudly Presents “Focal Point” On View

CHAMBERSBURG: Chambersburg Council For the Arts Proudly Presents “Focal Point” On View

 


“Focal Point”
Photography by:
Staci Grimes
Linda Richters – “All That Jazz”
Andy Smeltzer – “Through the Trees”
Elizabeth Willson”

On View:
March 2nd – April 20th
Tuesday – Friday
10 am – 2 pm – or by appointment

Staci Grimes has been working on her photographic viewpoint for over a decade. Her camera has traveled alongside her across the continental United States. “I consider myself a framer of the view,” she says, “and I enjoy sharing my perspective with others who are interested in the world.” “I live in Fayetteville, but my travel plans in the next two years will provide the opportunity to capture moments ranging geographically from local vistas to the Florida Keys to New Zealand.” Staci has displayed her photographs in many solo and group exhibits throughout the Cumberland Valley over the past decade.

 

Fayetteville photographer Linda Richters earned a B.S. degree in Music Education from Lebanon Valley College, followed by a career as an analyst at Citibank, but in retirement has turned to travel, photography, and back to music, to fill her time. Her photographs have been accepted in the juried Cumberland Valley Photographic Salon at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, and featured on the cover of the Franklin County Visitors Guide.

 

 

 

Andy Smetzer is a graphic designer / photographer from Waynesboro, and serves on the Board of the Arts Alliance of Greater Waynesboro. He is a member of the 42West Arts Gallery Co-op there, and has participated in shows at The Engine room, Destination Arts and The Inn at Boonsboro. “I basically enjoy all aspects of photography,” he says. “From landscapes to wildlife, close-up work using magnifiers, abstract, people/musicians, architecture and interior-exterior real estate.” Andy also enjoys digital image manipulation, and has created a library of clouds, rocks and stones, seashores, tree stumps, etc. with which he can create composite photographs.

Elizabeth is a happy and grateful “professional hobbyist” capturing the light and life that surrounds her. “My inspiration comes from the beauty of the every day moments,” she says, “and the blessings of God’s amazing creation, the light and life He brings: the beauty and wonder and joy.” A Chambersburg native and resident, Liz is a busy mother of four who also practices Occupational Therapy in Early Intervention, running trails in the nearby Appalachian Mountains, and, of course, taking photographs!

The Council for the Arts conducts classes and displays the work of local artists at 81 North Main Street, Chambersburg. For more information, visit: www.councilforthearts.net or call 717-264-6883.

 


CHAMBERSBURG: Chambersburg Council For the Arts Proudly Presents “Focal Point” On View

CHAMBERSBURG: Chambersburg Council For the Arts Proudly Presents “Focal Point” On View

 


“Focal Point”
Photography by:
Staci Grimes
Linda Richters – “All That Jazz”
Andy Smeltzer – “Through the Trees”
Elizabeth Willson”

On View:
March 2nd – April 20th
Tuesday – Friday
10 am – 2 pm – or by appointment

Staci Grimes has been working on her photographic viewpoint for over a decade. Her camera has traveled alongside her across the continental United States. “I consider myself a framer of the view,” she says, “and I enjoy sharing my perspective with others who are interested in the world.” “I live in Fayetteville, but my travel plans in the next two years will provide the opportunity to capture moments ranging geographically from local vistas to the Florida Keys to New Zealand.” Staci has displayed her photographs in many solo and group exhibits throughout the Cumberland Valley over the past decade.

 

Fayetteville photographer Linda Richters earned a B.S. degree in Music Education from Lebanon Valley College, followed by a career as an analyst at Citibank, but in retirement has turned to travel, photography, and back to music, to fill her time. Her photographs have been accepted in the juried Cumberland Valley Photographic Salon at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, and featured on the cover of the Franklin County Visitors Guide.

 

 

 

Andy Smetzer is a graphic designer / photographer from Waynesboro, and serves on the Board of the Arts Alliance of Greater Waynesboro. He is a member of the 42West Arts Gallery Co-op there, and has participated in shows at The Engine room, Destination Arts and The Inn at Boonsboro. “I basically enjoy all aspects of photography,” he says. “From landscapes to wildlife, close-up work using magnifiers, abstract, people/musicians, architecture and interior-exterior real estate.” Andy also enjoys digital image manipulation, and has created a library of clouds, rocks and stones, seashores, tree stumps, etc. with which he can create composite photographs.

Elizabeth is a happy and grateful “professional hobbyist” capturing the light and life that surrounds her. “My inspiration comes from the beauty of the every day moments,” she says, “and the blessings of God’s amazing creation, the light and life He brings: the beauty and wonder and joy.” A Chambersburg native and resident, Liz is a busy mother of four who also practices Occupational Therapy in Early Intervention, running trails in the nearby Appalachian Mountains, and, of course, taking photographs!

The Council for the Arts conducts classes and displays the work of local artists at 81 North Main Street, Chambersburg. For more information, visit: www.councilforthearts.net or call 717-264-6883.